okuramasafumi (Masafumi OKURA)

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02:41 PM Ruby master Feature #18948: Add `with_private_method` option to `private_constant`
In a real world code I'm facing, `M1` contains lots of other methods so including it in `InstanceMethods` causes conf... okuramasafumi (Masafumi OKURA)
09:41 AM Ruby master Feature #18948 (Open): Add `with_private_method` option to `private_constant`
## Problem
I have the following code:
module M1
CONST = 'CONST'.freeze
module M2
def sel...
okuramasafumi (Masafumi OKURA)


02:59 AM Ruby master Revision c94f964e (git): [ruby/uri] Feat: Support WSS
There was a file for WSS so I added one line of `require_relative`
to make it work.
Now `URI.parse('wss://
okuramasafumi (Masafumi OKURA)


12:07 AM Ruby master Revision 7e506716 (git): Newly generated gems require Ruby 2.6.0
In 2021, Ruby 2.5 and older are EOL.
We can set the default required Ruby version to 2.6.0 to
encourage people to use...
okuramasafumi (Masafumi OKURA)


04:18 AM Ruby master Revision 8d5292f7 (git): Trim extra whitespace in inaccesible error message
One whitespace is already included in `inaccessible_mesg_for` macro.
This extra whitespace is included since 72ff61f4...
okuramasafumi (Masafumi OKURA)


01:56 PM Ruby master Feature #17333: Enumerable#many?
Here are a usecase where we could use `many?` over `count` for better performance.
okuramasafumi (Masafumi OKURA)


08:15 AM Ruby master Feature #17333: Enumerable#many?
> Now, many? has at most as less motivation as one? has. It must be backed up by use cases. What are its use cases?
okuramasafumi (Masafumi OKURA)


01:12 PM Ruby master Feature #17333: Enumerable#many?
Pull Request is here:
okuramasafumi (Masafumi OKURA)
01:01 PM Ruby master Feature #17333: Enumerable#many?
okuramasafumi (Masafumi OKURA) wrote:
> Currently we need to write something this:
> ```ruby
> [1, 2, 3].cou...
okuramasafumi (Masafumi OKURA)
12:58 PM Ruby master Feature #17333 (Open): Enumerable#many?
`Enumerable#many?` method is implemented in ActiveSupport.
okuramasafumi (Masafumi OKURA)

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